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Correct me if I’m wrong, – - but isn’t lifestyle’s ‘secondary’ menu automatically below the header??
If I’m right (and I believe I am), – - you would go to dashboard/genesis/theme settings/navigation settings/include secondary menu?
Then, – - go to menus and set up a secondary menu only (and not a primary)
On this site I did just recently, the top menu is my primary, the one under the header is my secondary.
No coding involved, – - all done from the dashboard . . . http://www.chesterfieldremodeler.com
Thanks Susan, – - that’s not really my area, – - that site I’m showing is a site I made for a long-distance friend. I’m actually in central/southern New Jersey, and my own remodeling site is http://www.tr-built.com It’s not wordpress, it’s all hand-coded, – - and it’s actually the first site I made (several years ago).
That is really cool, thanks for that!! I’m a css-tricks lurker myself, – - but I didn’t even know that was there!
Very good stuff there, rbrown08, – - I did it in kind of a ‘back-door-cheater’ fashion.
I made up a new html page and named it php, – - dropped it into the theme file, – - and let it automatically show up on my page edits right on my templates list. Then I just chose it instead of say, ‘default’, – - and I can then name any page I want to have that template. It just needed one short paragraph of php to ‘title’ it.
Just a one-shot solution, – - but I would think that’s all that would be needed. Any changes later, – - I would just re-code the php page itself.
OK, – - I even created an ‘image-page’ with a more designed look, – - and all seems to be workable . . .
If it doesn’t work right away, – - just try back in a bit.
Been having major server problems for the last week or so, – - they’re workin’ on it, they say . . .
I’m not sure if I’m understanding exactly what you’re looking for, – - do you mean a completely blank page and then just the two ‘text-buttons’??
Anyway, – - I experimented a little with that in mind, – - and came up with this , – - (and put it very temporarily on a site I just made for a friend).
And although I couldn’t use the ‘exact’ paging you want here for the obvious reasons that it’s a working site, – - if you click on each block of menu-text, – - you’ll at least see the differences up in the address bar of each . . .
I didn’t bother with much styling or any of that, – - just kept it bare bones.
Lemme know if this is even close to what you’re looking for?? . . .
P.S. Didn’t use any ‘iframing’, – - bein’s you don’t seem to like that approach . . .
Instant eye-catcher, – - really, really looks SHARP!!
Good to know about the favicon uploader, – - but I didn’t have any problem installing my favicon when I did it the just the other day.
I just made the (multi-resolution) favicon, – - then named it favicon(.ico), – - then installed it in 3 places, just to be safe.
The root itself, – - the genesis images folder, – - and (my) child-theme images folder.
It showed up in mere seconds . . .
I’m kinda’ new at this, – - but can’t you just ‘iframe’ if in??Create a folder with the necesssary files and folders inside it to achieve what you need, drop (ftp) it into your root, – - and then just use the little iframe shortcode to insert it right onto/into your (any) page. The plug-in I use to do this very thing can be downloaded from here . . . http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/iframe/
In other words, what your calling in should work independantly on it’s own if your were to type in ‘yoursite.com/newfolder’, – - as long as it works like that, – - your iframe shortcode will show the results exactly like that right on your page . . .